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for a portionf the no. 372 in santa rosa, 78 and napa. 70 in fairfield. otherwise, in the upper 60s closer to the coastline, temperatures were in the low 60s but back down into the 50s. as to take a look ahead, tonight we're going to have clear skies. my temperatures. tomorrow will be warmer than today. more 70 degree readings. we will continue this warming trend through the weekend until early next week. take a look outside satellite and radar pitcher, crystal clear skies. this is a wire pattern we have been very accustomed to the past few months. we're getting it again after the rest of the workweek. for the futurecast, tomorrow morning, fairly mild outside in the '50s. as we head into the afternoon, quickly getting into the '70s for the north bay the delta and the south bay will see widespread '70s into the 3:00 hour. temperatures in the morning lows in the '40's. widespread 40 to start and then upper seventies for the south bay tomorrow afternoon. for the east bay, widespread '70s. low seventies east bay stores. 774 livermore. closer to the coastline be kept in the '60s tomorrow, but o
to upper seventies. 75 and thelma and 78 for napa. >> taking a look at satellite radar thing to dry, warm. we have a high pressure building. you could see a system to the north. we would not see any rain from that coming tomorrow. we will see the increase in cloud cover and a high pressure will take control. >> take a look get your 7 day around the bay plenty of sunshine. take a look of the warm up. monday upper 80s. i could see love mighties. i will continue to see what dry weather into next week. james. >> thank you janu . following a developing story out of texas were police and the town of west said the upward of 15 people may have been killed in the fertilizer plant explosion. injured more than 160 others. it leveled homes, a school and seriously damaged a nursing home. these are some of the images that have been coming in. helicopter crews are giving us the bird's-eye view of the damage. it is extensive. 80 homes have been destroyed. rescue workers are still searching the rubble in the area for any survivors. the town's mayor had some firefighters battling the blaze at the plant bef
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